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  1. Egremont Fire Department Pancake Breakfast

    It's time for the Egremont Fire Department's Flippin' Fantastic Pancake Breakfast, Palm Sunday, April 2, 2023, from 7 AM to 11 AM at Fire Station 1, 175 Egremont Plain Rd. Read on...
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Egremont Village School children visit Egremont Fire Station

Children from the South Egremont Village School pay a visit to the nearby Egremont Fire Station on Main Street. Fire Chief Joe Schneider conducted their tour of the station. (Photo: C. Miller)

Volunteers Needed

The Fire Department is always looking for Volunteer Firefighters! Find out more about applying here. Please email the Fire Chief if you are interested.

Brush Burning Season

Egremont's Fire Department reminds property owners that the time for open brush burning is from January 15 to May 1, 2023. Permits are only issued between 8:30 AM and 1:00 PM; burning can start at 10:00 AM and must be extinguished by 4 PM. Permits are only issued on the day that you wish to burn. No permits are issued in advance due to potential, sudden changed weather conditions. Permits apply to burning brush only

Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detector Inspections

Inspections required by 527 CMR - Board of Fire Prevention Regulations and certificates issued thereunder will now incur a fee of $50 per visit; if the Fire Chief needs to reinspect after a first appointment, another fee will be charged.

Power Outage

It is important to note that National Grid may not be aware of your situation during a power outage. Please make sure they know of your power loss by calling them at 800-322-3223. Also, please contact the Egremont Police Department, so they know about possible downed power lines, etc. Reach the Police at 413-528-2160.

Alert System

Update your contact information for the Town's emergency alert system via email.

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